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I'm studying superconductors and I began to wonder about Abrikosov vortices. They possess a precise quantum flux (h/e), and are also localized in space enough to be exactly pin-pointed by experimental techniques. As it is some kind of a quantum object, shouldn't these vortex properties not commute with something? Are there any quantum uncertainties associated with it?

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# Arbikosov vortex and Heisenberg

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